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CBS
Oct 4, 2012 11:00pm EDT
on sunday. atlanta is this year's green bay. they strike from everywhere. matt ryan, rookie sensation himself, now in his fifth season playing like a vet, got three big stud receivers. washington, second to last at stopping receivers. not good. but they're also impressed with ryan. >> he's doing a great job so far. he's getting rid of the ball, going along with progression so what we've got do is tighten up on the back end. >> we can see on film when ryan has time he's able to help find his receivers so it's crucial for us to be able to get pressure to just the front four. >> another award for rgiii, offensive rookie of the month. sunday he became one of three rookies to pass for over 1,000 yards in his first four weeks. >>> we've got ourselves some great high school football tomorrow night. dunbar edging out chantilly for the game of the week. 12,000 of you voted. we'll have highlights of both of those games. also dematha versus good counsel. >>> ted leonsa always seems to have a smile on his face but the wizards are in the midst of a major rebuild. and the nhl lockout? mums the word
CBS
Oct 6, 2012 11:00pm EDT
to ground the falcons who are undefeated. matt ryan and the high powered offense will prove to be a challenge for the redskins d. the offense averages 31 points per game. atlanta has scored a league high 43 points and ryan, he's the nfl's highest rated passer. >> matt ryan has been playing lights out. the first full week of the season. so definitely best pass we would have faced so far this season. >> best time of the year, playoff baseball. if you're a fan of the game in this area, you must be on cloud nine. the orioles and the nationals are in the post season. a washington team playing beyond regular season ball for the first time since 1933. take on the st. louis cardinals. the nats won the regular season series. four games to three over the defending world series champs. last weekend they lost two of three in st. louis. the nats motto is keep doing what got us here. >> we really don't do anything different. i don't want to act any different. it's going be business as usual. we have no trick plays or running out there. >> pitches are going to be tough. you have to men
CBS
Oct 3, 2012 11:00pm EDT
? >> the romney-ryan plan has never specified exactly the loop holes they will close or how the math holds up, but they say it is not a $5 trillion tax cut. >> reporter: all right. so as gary nurenberg says earlier, we're still waiting for the details. we'll get back to you in a minute. now back to anita in the studio. >> all right. we'll be hearing from you again through the night. we want to hear from both parties as well on this. okay. what about the tax cut issue. that big, not that big. it was clearly a point of contention. >> president kennedy cut tax rates, more revenue to the government, fact. president reagan cut tax rates, more money to the federal treasury. fact. that's the point you just heard. that's mitt romney's point. >> the problem, though, is independent tax analysts, including a tax center run by advisors to former president bush, has accepted those growth rates and said even with that, if you do the marginal tax cut that he wants, it's a $5 trillion tax cut. even if he gets a trillion of that under corporate tax revenue, that still leaves 4 trillion left. if you close ever
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